iPhone X: even an embarrassing launch glitch can't knock Apple off the top

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iPhone X: even an embarrassing launch glitch can't knock Apple off the top

Despite leaks and a hiccup during a demo of its new Face ID unlocking feature, analysts say this year’s launch puts Apple in an ‘extraordinarily strong’ position

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